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DATSIK Releases Light The Fuse (Remixes)

North American dubstep pioneer DATSIK presents “Light The Fuse,” another bass-fueled track that promises to wobble, kick, and wobble some more. The track, featured on DATSIK’s full-length debut album Vitamin D available now Dim Mak Records, is now part of a remix package that includes two unreleased, trap-inspired remixes from …

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Animal Style Records Tour with Half Hearted Hero, Raindance, and Wolves At Bay Announced Dates Run August 22-August 26

Fast-rising Los Angeles based indie, Animal Style Records, has announced dates for the Animal Style Tour, which will feature three of the label’s most popular New England acts. The trek will be headlined by New Bedford, MA’s Half Hearted Hero and will feature support from New Bedford’s Raindance and Hamden, …

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Savant Drops Additional Tracks on Already Chart-Topping ‘Cult’

Never content to just release a chart-topping masterpiece, Epicstep composer Savant has revealed 4 additional transgenre tracks for his already brilliant 7/7 release ‘Cult’. Featuring 3 free downloads and the stunning “Stereophobia (ft. Sikis)”, the additions further solidify Savant’s reputation as one of the world’s most prolific and creatively ambitious …

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Connor Evans Releases “I Be Hittin’ That” (Prod. by BHB) Feat. Bizzy Crook, the New Single off Connor’s Album “The Road to Coachella”

Connor Evans has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his sophomore street album, The Road to Coachella. Coming on the heels of debut full-length #SetTheCityOnFire and Booth-hosted EP follow-up #GreenLightLife, the project packs 15 original records from the Redlands, Cali representative. Included are Booth-approved singles “Hipsters & PrimaDonnas,” …

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Built To Spill, one of the most endearing and enduring bands of our generation, have announced a string of fall headlining tour dates; select dates will go on sale July 27th. In addition to touring the U.S., the band is currently writing songs for their next Warner Bros. Records release. …

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